Infinity Wezzit

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OK, ta, I'll post one up later today.

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frazerp wrote:
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Sanna it is. 88 I think.

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Here you go:

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Ubaye racecourse?

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No, not Ubaye.

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Middle Guil.

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No, not middle Guil either.

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The Isere racecourse section?

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Correct, the Isere racecourse, specifically the wave at the top of Les Mouton - over to you.

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Here you go!

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Affric.

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Oh that's a good one. Unfortunately I probably shouldn't guess it as I'm in the picture! Not the affric but can see where you are coming from. Water's too nice and blue to be UK!

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I thought Norway when I saw it, but not sure which river.

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Will answer for Murray... Yep it's Norway, bit of a classic section of it's area.

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The one with the canyon, Jura is it?
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Come on ladies and gentlemen, there is little water about so your not out paddling unless you are at one of the WW courses, anyone got a clue?

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Raundelselva

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Sorry for the hold up, I was paddling abroad for a few weeks :D Its not the Jura or Raundal, if nobody gets it by tomorrow evening someone else can put one up.

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i think banzer may have been close as it does sound a bit like Jura and it is the one with the canyon! It's in Obsommer and Klatt's guide

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How about Juri?
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Time's up, it the Gråura Gorge section of the Driva near Oppdal! The closest guess in terms of distance is Banzer's guess of the Jori.

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Which excellent river is below this somewhat confused sign?

(Could this be the first photo in this topic that doesn't show a river...?)

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Excellent work on the variation.
Ill start off with a punt...

Sprint?
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Further north
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Gruinard?

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Looking at the image I was thinking the Lower Tees get out river left at Winston Bridge, but if its further north than the Sprint?

I don't think its the Gruinard either, I have run it three or four times and not seen these signs when there.

Is it the Lower Findhorn?

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It's the Gruinard. Excellent short run, very like the Aberglaslyn gorge in Wales. Well done Duncan.
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Haha, that was a lucky guess based off the fact that I know Banzer likes the far north, and the rock in the background looks a bit similar to the Gruinard's glen... Whereabouts is the sign?

Also here's one to try, wee POV shot for a change, extra points if you can name the rapid.


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The Orchy?

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Yep got it in one. Must have been too easy! You got the rapid?

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